Catering, take-out & gift certificates available

Reservations & hours

Reservations & hours

Welcome to Il Giardino Restaurant in Aquebogue. We are open for take-out only from 4 pm to 8 pm Wednesday to Sunday.

Outdoor garden dining at iL Giardino in Aquebogue

Outdoor garden dining at iL Giardino in Aquebogue

Our beautiful garden is open for outdoor dining, we are also open for indoor dining and takeout Wednesday to Sunday starting at 4 pm. John Gambino, a remarkable chef from Palermo has created a menu with traditional Sicilian dishes and daily specials that change according 

Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates

A gift certificate from iL Giardino is “The Gift” for the special recipient who loves good food in all seasons.

At the moment we only sell our gift certificates at the Restaurant.

 

Delicious simple Southern Italian food

Delicious simple Southern Italian food

John Gambino, a remarkable chef from Palermo has created a menu with traditional Sicilian dishes and daily specials that change according to the season. Our menu is made up of grilled local seafood dishes, traditional homemade lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, rib-eye steak and many great appetizers 

Nestled between farms and wineries

Nestled between farms and wineries

iL Giardino Restaurant is strategically located in the North Fork in the historic town of Aquebogue, NY amongst farms and wineries from where we source fresh local ingredients to prepare delicious Italian food. Our beautiful garden and outdoor bar with a fire pit lounge area 

John Gambino from Westhampton Beach to the North Fork

John Gambino from Westhampton Beach to the North Fork

John Gambino, a remarkable chef, and restaurateur, who previously owned and built a Westhampton Beach landmark restaurant that served a loyal clientele for over 30 years, is now in the North Fork to offer a true farm-to-table experience, John is constantly sourcing fresh seasonal ingredients from the local waters and farms.

 

Il Giardino, which means The Garden in Italian, was founded and named by John Gambino with the idea of bringing a piece of Sicily to the North Fork.